Top areas in Hobart
Hobart is one of the oldest cities and the capital city of Australia’s Tazmania state.
Hobart International Airport is the main gateway for this city, as many local and regional carriers offer domestic flights into and out of the city. International flights are possible through the bigger cities such as Melbourne and Sydney.
The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery is a unique destination in that it features not only an impressive coin collection, but a stuffed animal exhibition featuring the famous Tasmanian Devil, as well as the Tasmanian Tiger, which is now extinct.
Locals and visitors alike often spend their Saturday mornings browsing through the countless shops and cultural galleries at the very popular Salamanca Market. It’s a great place to find hand-crafted items made by locals, or to experience some of this region’s interesting history. It once served as a collection of warehouses for the whaling industry. Now, locals and visitors can mingle while walking through the unique maze of markets and independent workshops.
Find out where even more of the hotels, attractions, and must-see destinations of Hobart are located by exploring the interactive map on this page.